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Veterinary Assisant

Vet Term/ Definition : Vocabulary Set 1

Aggresion Behavior that makes an animal angry and difficult and potentially unsafe to handle
Feces Poop
Genetics Passed from parents to childern
Predatory Behavior Hunting
Maternal Defending young, feeding, and bathing young
Submission Animal Looks Small Crouches down or laying down
Dominace Animal Looks Bigger Standing over another animal
Vocalizing Crying or Whining
Kneading Open and close paws while nursing.
Inappropriate Elimination/House Soiling Commonly called house soiling when the animal urinates or defecates in the house.
Territory An area of land that has been claimed by an animal.
Euthanasia The process of putting an animal to sleep.
Marking Spraying urine or other body fluids on surface to mark territory.
Intact Not Broken or damaged: having every part
Veterinary Animal Behaviorist Specialized veterinary that have a special interest and experience in animal behavior problems.
Created by: superbrookie9